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In the East of Poland, right on the border with Belarus, can visit the Park Bialowieza National (GNP) . It is the oldest national park in Poland (a & ntilde; o 1932) and covers an area of ??m & aacute; s 10,000 hect & aacute; areas, 6,000 of which have a protection & oacute; n. Very strict

The park protects a primary forest t & iacute; peak European Plain with an unparalleled variety of fungi, plants and animals, some of which we can only find them here & iacute;.

s SYMBOL park's bison, mam & iacute; m & aacute fero; s largest in Europe. About 380 copies of these mam & iacute; mammals live here & iacute; released, with the population & oacute; n & aacute m; s numerous world

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All these character & iacute; sticas brought in a & ntilde; or declare 1977 World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1979 and a World Heritage Humanity.

We can not forget that the forest also extends & eacute; n on Belarusian territory being the area of ??greatest extension & oacute; n m & aacute; s dif & iacute;. Easy access

In the park you can visit the forest trav & eacute; s numerous trails for walking or biking. The area of ??greatest protection & oacute; n can only be accessed with the compa & ntilde; & iacute; a & iacute a gu, to which you can hire at the park entrance. Prices are per group regardless of n & uacute; number of people and we can find f & aacute; gu & iacute easily, as espa & ntilde;. Ol

Other areas of inter & eacute; s are the park of the Palace of the late nineteenth century, the museum of nature and the forest reserve and refuge for bison

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The Bialowieza can find plenty of places to spend the night, from a great hotel with pool and spa, to rooms in private houses through pensions of all kinds. Tambi & eacute; n alg there STILLrestaurant and alg STILL SMALL. or trade

In addition to the trails that we recommend AHEAD & oacute; n, there are plenty of them around the park, a good choice & oacute; n is to get a map of the area, can be purchased at any of the shops at the entrance park. Another interesting option & oacute; n is to rent a bike, which can be found in some shops and lost pensions and this magn & iacute; fico Forest & uacute;. Unique in Europe



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Polonia 4 30 Km. 50 m. 50 m. Fácil Excursiones Independientes


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Mirador de Carsa Tropina y de Ostoja Zubrow

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Distance: 5 Km.Time: 01:00 h.
Mirador de Carsa Tropina y de Ostoja Zubrow

Bialowieza National Park living in the wild around 400 European bison. The various meadows that are scattered through the woods around the park are a good place to, with luck, see herds of these great mam & iacute; mammals because they are places tend to go find food.
This circular route we access two viewpoints on these prairies. Carsa the lookout Tropina and Ostoja Zubrow

To access the start of the tour headed to the n & uacute; core of Pogorzelce. Shortly before reaching the right hand side is a track unpaved but in good condition that leads to the village of Narewka. Before coming to this town we find a dev & iacute; or right in a few kil & oacute;. Meters take us to a parking

We take the right path towards Carsa Tropina. A few kil & oacute; m reach the first lookout. A wooden tower that enable us & aacute; having avision & oacute; n on the high prairie that stretches before us

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Back out a few yards up the road to find a path to our right with signs Kosy Most. A few minutes later we went to a track that we left. Once across the R & iacute; o, turn left to get to the second viewpoint: Viewpoint Ostoja Zubrow

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To return to the park, we went back to the track but instead of taking the std & iacute; o to the first viewpoint straight along the track that we take a few minutes & aacute; back to the parking lot.


Pradera

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Distance: 9 Km.Time: 02:00 h.
Pradera

Bialowieza National Park living in the wild around 400 European bison. The various meadows that are scattered through the woods around the park are a good place to, with luck, see herds of these great mam & iacute; mammals because they are places where they usually go get food

.

To get to the meadow we suggest visiting we have to reach the population & oacute; n Budy. We left the car just as the road turns 90 degrees to the left, in the parking lot of the bar-restaurant Zajazd Mysliwsku.

The first part of the trail passes through an enclosed paved trail tr & aacute; fico cross the national park. From the beginning we can hear p BIRDS carpenters and admire the lush vegetation & oacute; n.

At 3 kil & oacute; m and 40 minutes of walking we took a dirt road that goes to our right. This track takes us m & aacute; s in the woods to take a Little Divae & ntilde; o road on your left (4 km and 50 min) that will lead to a few meters in the meadow (4.5 km and 1 hour)

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We may be surprised to see a fence and places to feed cattle; These fields are used in winter park managers to feed herds of bison.

The return along the same path.


Reserva de Bisontes

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Distance: 8 Km.Time: 02:00 h.
Reserva de Bisontes

The subject Exhibici & oacute; n & aacute Bison est; beside the road Hajn & oacute; wka - Bialowieza. In this book you can see the bison, zubronie (h & iacute; hybrid buffalo and cow), Polish Tarpan breed horses, deer, roe deer, boar & iacute;. Is, moose and wolves

The way to get to & uacute; n is outside of the protected area, has a magnetic & iacute; fico forest worth visiting

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From the park entrance, before the wooden bridge, take the road that goes to the n & uacute; nuclei of Pogorzelce, Teremiski and Budy

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Just AFTER & eacute; s reaching the woods on our left is a path that goes into the forest, leaving the road

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You have to follow this path in about 4 kil & oacute; & aacute meters lead us to an hour of walking; to the door of the reserve.

To return, take the path that leads to the road Hajn & oacute; wka - Bialowieza, meters TO FINDraremos one dev & iacute; or our left again into the forest. This trail will take us to the village of Bialowieza in about 4 kil & oacute; m & aacute meters; s

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Sendero de la zona protegida

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Distance: 7 Km.Time: 02:30 h.
Sendero de la zona protegida

The area Bialowieza National Park greater protection & oacute; n can only be accessed with the compa & ntilde; & iacute; a of a gu & iacute; they can be hired at the entrance of the park.

Prices are per group regardless of n & uacute; number of people and we can find f & aacute; gu & iacute easily, as espa & ntilde;. Ol

The tour begins at the booths located at the entrance of the park, crossing the artificial lakes on a wooden bridge and through the GARDEN. N Palace of the Czars

The Palace Park was established at the end of the nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Today in d & iacute; a can see the mansion & oacute; n & Wood to ntilde; o 1845, the oldest building in Bialowieza. Since 1996 is the headquarters of the Center of Education & oacute; n. On Nature GNP

In this place also & eacute; n find the Museum of Nature and Forest is one of the m & aacute museums; s such modern dand Poland

Once out of this room, after crossing some abandoned crop fields, we reached the large wooden door giving access to the restricted area of ??the park.

The road into the park est & aacute; I can & ntilde; aliasing. Obviously, we can not leave and must be as respectful as possible to the environment.

The track is circular and will take us about two hours walking depending on the explanations of the gu & iacute; a.


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